Talking sexism, cinema and comedy trends with comedians Papa CJ, Danish Sait and Cyrus Sahukar.
The Auroville Theatre Group’s next play puts the spotlight on Orson Welles and his relentless pursuit of perfection
Orgainsed by Kala Sadhanalaya, a city-based dance school run by her, Revathy conceptualised the production after having realised that merely talking about the need to preserve the river is not enough.
The stage is set for two of the country’s biggest indie acts, as Covelong Point returns with its annual celebration of surfing, music and yoga
Shobana talks about creating art, collaborations, and her latest production, Bhav ahead of its premiere in Chennai
Talking to Jayachandran Palazhy about this first-of-its-kind arts-in-education festival
Interestingly, he is not the only one to win an award for the film as director Dipesh Jain also won Best Director for the film.
Some of the earliest Black & White Patriotic Films, steeped in extreme patriotism, of the Hindi Cinema have been made as early as the year 1925 onwards.
The International Film Festival of Melbourne concluded with a tribute to Shashi Kapoor by his co-star and friend Simi Garewal
The Oscar-winning actress talks about the upcoming TV show Trust, a saga inspired by the John Paul Getty III abduction, working with Danny Boyle and why she doesn't watch television
Meet explorer Ed Stafford, whose new show Ed Stafford: Left for Dead, sees him being dropped off in the wild, with nothing except cameras
Alex Lanchester takes us on a trip to the Himalayas, the animal life that exists there, often in extreme conditions